Charge asymmetry in two-nucleon interactions.

Birsen, Nevzat


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Charge transfer in EuS/Bi2Se3 heterostructures as indicated by the absence of Raman scattering
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Heterostructures of topological insulators and ferromagnets offer new opportunities in spintronics and a route to novel anomalous Hall states. In one such structure, EuS/Bi2Se3, a dramatic enhancement of the Curie temperature was recently observed. We performed Raman spectroscopy on a similar set of thin films to investigate the magnetic and lattice excitations. Interfacial strain was monitored through its effects on the Bi2Se3 phonon modes while the magnetic system was probed through the EuS Raman mode. De...
Charge retention in quantized energy levels of nanocrystals
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Understanding charging mechanisms and charge retention dynamics of nanocrystal (NC) memory devices is important in optimization of device design. Capacitance spectroscopy on PECVD grown germanium NCs embedded in a silicon oxide matrix was performed. Dynamic measurements of discharge dynamics are carried out. Charge decay is modelled by assuming storage of carriers in the ground states of NCs and that the decay is dominated by direct tunnelling. Discharge rates are calculated using the theoretical model for ...
Charge state corrections in 2d materials using finite elements
Malcıoğlu, Osman Barış (2019-11-03)
Point defects in 2D materials, among other novel prospects, show promise as polarized and ultra-bright single-photon emitters at room temperature, with similar or better properties than nitrogen-vacancy center (NV) in diamond. A robust quantitative description of the charged defects is a prerequisite to explore the physics and band gap engineering in such cases using material discovery techniques. Such charged defects can be approached using ab Initio methods (i.e. [1-4]), however, the popular supercell app...
Charge asymmetric three-nucleon potential.
Akşahin, Ertan; Yalçın, Cengiz; Department of Physics (1979)
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N. Birsen, “Charge asymmetry in two-nucleon interactions.,” Middle East Technical University, 1971.